3.4 Sacrilege and UnHoliness
Article 85 - Sacrilege
In the false meaning attributed to Sacrilege of verbal irreverence, or blasphemy, negative comments against a Religion or Cult were never considered a religious crime except by the most sensitive and paranoid Cults. Instead maledictions, being evil curses as well as impiety were considered far greater crimes. Therefore this additional meaning cannot stand in any valid court of law.
Any claim, supported by law of offences committed by a Religion or Cult, especially against Divine Law, Natural Law and Positive Law can never be considered Sacrilege. Any judgment of any court that defies such reason, logic and respect of law is itself guilty of an offence against the law, with any such judgment, order or ruling automatically null and void from the beginning.
It is forbidden for any court claiming the law, even if the by-laws of a Religion or Cult to order the death penalty for any accused act of Sacrilege. Any court official that issues a death penalty against an alleged act of Sacrilege is subject to a formal binding in accordance with the sacred covenant of One Heaven.